Lithuanian Minister of National Defence Arvydas Anušauskas announced a new military aid package for Ukraine at a meeting in the Ramstein format.
According to the website of the Lithuanian Ministry of Defence, the country's military assistance will soon reach 465m euros.
Anušauskas said that the new package will include missile defence equipment, as well as ammunition, dry rations and other support.
The minister also expressed support for the new EU sanctions package against Russia and stressed the importance of training Ukrainian soldiers, noting that Lithuania has significantly increased the scale of these exercises and the number of instructors assigned to them.
Lithuania's military support this year, in addition to training soldiers, includes the transfer of military equipment, treatment and rehabilitation of Ukrainian soldiers, as well as contributions to international funds.
"Our support for Ukraine is an investment in our resilience, deterrence and defence. Only Ukraine's victory will help restore peace and stability in the Euro-Atlantic area," Anušauskas said, stressing that Lithuania will continue to be consistent and support Ukraine until victory.